Collin M. Scheuermann



Collin M. Scheuermann is an associate and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Collin regularly represents public and private companies on general corporate and business law matters. He is a member of the firm’s Transactions Practice.

Collin’s work has focused on mergers and acquisitions transactions and public company securities law compliance (including periodic disclosure requirements NASDAQ and NYSE rules, public offerings, shareholder proposals, proxy advisory services, activism preparedness planning and general corporate governance matters.)

Representative Experience

  • Represented Pentair plc (NYSE: PNR) in the sale of its valves and controls business to Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE: EMR) for $3.15 billion
  • Represented Paper Machinery Corporation and its shareholders in connection with the transition of 100% ownership of the company to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan
  • Represented Chr. Hansen AS in its acquisition of Guardian Food Technologies, LLC and Nutrition Physiology Holdings, LLC for $185 million
  • Represented Whiting Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: WLL) in privately negotiated exchange agreements under which it exchanged $377 million aggregate principal amount of nonconvertible notes for the same aggregate principal amount of new mandatory convertible notes and $687.9 million aggregate principal amount of convertible notes for the same aggregate principal amount of new mandatory convertible notes
  • Represented various public and private companies in buy- and sell-side mergers and acquisitions transactions

Pro Bono Work

Collin has counseled pro bono clients on non-profit formation and registration requirements in Wisconsin. He has also been a supervising attorney for the Law and Entrepreneurship Practicum at the Georgetown University Law Center, which provides pro bono legal services for student entrepreneurs focused on community empowerment and social change. 


Collin earned his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2015), where he was a contributing editor for the Michigan Journal of Law Reform. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.A., 2012).

As a law student, Collin gained experience as a summer associate at Foley. Additionally, he served as a judicial intern to The Honorable Ann Walsh Bradley for the Wisconsin Supreme Court and a law clerk for the Wisconsin Department of Justice.


Collin is admitted to practice in Wisconsin.